Serenade of the Seas Cruise Review to Canada, New England, New York

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4 out of 5

Review of Serenade of the Seas cruise

Sail Date: October 07, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The trip was nice.  The dining room staff were great, so very attentive.  Was a little disappointed in the activities around the ship.  We usually cruise with NCL.  The ship is setup with this circular area in the center of the ship ad they kept having venues for the whole ship to see, and it is only possible for like 150 of the whole ship to see the entertainers.  We just didn't get that.  The rooms were nice.  And they should dock in towns along the coast where you don't have to take a tender.  We happen to talk to the Mayor of Rockland while waiting to get back on the ship, and asked why more stores weren't open since it was a Monday.  And he said, they wanted us to be able to see regular life in a new England town.  The town is very small, not much to do, you would think shops would want to be open with huge cruise ships coming in.  We didn't understand that.  The ship would generate a lot of revenue for the town.  Oh well!  Rockland was boring!

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